python-kitchen failed to build from source in Fedora rawhide/f30
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Full log from Copr with Python 3.8
Python 2.7: FAILED (SKIP=17, failures=41)
Python 3.7: FAILED (SKIP=3, failures=37)
Python 3.8: FAILED (SKIP=3, failures=37)
This once again blocks updating Python to a newer version.
It appears that kitchen is ultimately broken. Can we get it fixed please?
Or should we juts skip the tests forever?
So, I did some work on this a while back, but I never quite got it building. ;(
Here's my latest scratch build:
Possibly related to the C locale in mock builds?
> Possibly related to the C locale in mock builds?
Python 3.6+ (in Fedora) or 3.7+ (upstream) would switch the C locale to C.utf-8.
See also "python-kitchen FTBFS on Python 3.7":
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